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Teton Range 11,000-foot Peaks - Front Runners List

Important: This table ONLY lists climbers who are using to log their ascents, plus a few random famous climbers. It is NOT in any way a comprehensive or authoritative listing of those who are pursuing or have completed this peak list.

The list shows the top 200 climbers, ordered by peaks climbed. A climber becomes a candidate for inclusion by climbing at least 2 of the peaks on this list, AND more than 5% of the total number of peaks. (For lists with over 400 peaks, the minimum is simply 20 peaks climbed.) The Priority column shows a user-entered value from 1 (highest priority) to 100 (lowest).

Total Number of Ranked Peaks on List: 23

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Bowden, Curtis1982.612014-10-07Rockchuck Peak Complete ListPoints
stout, pat1252.172012-10-02Prospectors Mountain Complete ListPoints
Beckey, Fred834.781959 jTable Mountain Complete ListPoints
Sheriff, Steve834.782000Mount Owen Complete ListPoints
Lennon, Alex834.782015-07-26South Teton Complete ListPoints
Boos, Andy730.432003-08-14Buck Mountain Complete ListPoints
Pearlman, Michael626.092006South Teton Complete ListPoints
Ellsworth, Dick626.091972-07Disappointment Peak Complete ListPoints
McEleney, Ian626.092013-06-21Mount Owen Complete ListPoints
Butler, Ryan521.742015-06-14Buck Mountain Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob521.741989-08 a6Teewinot Mountain Complete ListPoints
Parker, Bruce521.742014-08-29Buck Mountain Complete ListPoints
howell, michele417.391999-06-12Buck Mountain Complete ListPoints
Boyer, Vance 417.392012-09-06Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Myers, Steve417.391990-09-28Table Mountain Complete ListPoints
Roach, Gerry417.390000Teewinot Mountain Complete ListPoints
Walsh, Daniel313.042008-08-15Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
sosnowski, michael313.042008-07-27Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Lennon, Duncan313.042015-07-26South Teton Complete ListPoints
Boss, Michael313.042011-08-24Mount Moran Complete ListPoints
Massie, Robbie313.042009-08-30South Teton Complete ListPoints
Miller, Grant313.042014-08-18Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Ranschau, Cuno313.041974-08Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
DeRoo, Tom313.041974-07-10Mount Moran Complete ListPoints
Osguthorpe, Jeremy313.042009-09Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Thomson, Benjamin28.702015-07-12Buck Mountain Complete ListPoints
Roots, Roger28.702013-08-16Teewinot Mountain Complete ListPoints
Rasmussen, Robert28.702004-08-10Mount Moran Complete ListPoints
Yore, Gene28.701987-08Disappointment Peak Complete ListPoints
Gowan, John28.702003-08-22Mount Moran Complete ListPoints
Bitton, Ephrat28.702011-08-09Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Myer, Julie28.702008-07-20Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Hibbard, Lou28.702012-09-08Teewinot Mountain Complete ListPoints
Duncan, Don28.701995-07-19Middle Teton Complete ListPoints
McClellan, Paul28.701987-08-01Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Carter, Tom28.702006-08-07Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Thornton, J28.702000-07Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Saunders, Richard Northe28.702010-06-20South Teton Complete ListPoints
Lavelle, Joe28.701997-08-20Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Kalet, Brian28.702009-09-13Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Baradel, Luca28.702011-08-09Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Shortt, Rickey28.702006-08-07Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Nielson, Mike28.702014-08-29South Teton Complete ListPoints
Hyams, Mark28.702001-07-14Table Mountain Complete ListPoints
Purcell, Courtney28.702008Disappointment Peak Complete ListPoints
MacLeod, Gordon28.701964-08-25Grand Teton Complete ListPoints
Turner, Alasdair28.702000 dGrand Teton Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward28.701986-07-24Grand Teton Complete ListPoints

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